City of Erie, PA
Erie County
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Oath of office — See 3rd Class § 905 (53 P.S. § 35905).
[Ord. 106-1989 § 1, passed 12-27-1989]
The inhabitancy of a permanent dwelling place by an employee with his family, if any.
[Ord. 106-1989 § 1, passed 12-27-1989]
All persons appointed to any office or position of employment by the City in any of its departments, bureaus and offices shall maintain a residence within a fifteen-mile radius of the Municipal Building during the term of such employment. The requirement of residence shall not be met by such officer or employee renting a room in the City, for the purpose of establishing a mailing address, a voting address or an address for other purposes while, in fact, he maintains his actual or family residence outside a fifteen-mile radius.
[Ord. 26-1989 § 1, passed 5-3-1989]
The one year residency requirement found in Section 143.01 shall not apply to members of the Police Bureau.
Editor's Note: This section was repealed by Ordinance 14-1989, passed 2-15-1989.
[Ord. 8588 § 1, passed 10-1-1950]
All officers and employees of the City are hereby required to swear to or affirm and sign the oath or affirmation of allegiance and support hereinafter set forth, before the Mayor or the City Clerk.
[Ord. 8588 § 2, passed 10-1-1950]
The oath or affirmation shall contain the following words and shall be signed at the bottom or end thereof:
"I, __________, hereby swear, or affirm, allegiance to, and support of the Government of the United States of America and its Constitution, the Government of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and its Constitution and the City of Erie. I hereby declare that I am not and will not knowingly become a member of any organization which advocates or supports the overthrow of the Government of the United States of America, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or the City of Erie by force or violence".
[Ord. 8588 § 3, passed 10-1-1950]
Any officer or employee failing or refusing to take the oath or affirmation provided for in Section 143.06 shall be immediately suspended from his employment with the City and, after being given a hearing or the opportunity to be heard before the Mayor and Council, within 10 days after such suspension, shall, upon being found guilty of failing or refusing to swear to or affirm and sign the oath or affirmation, be discharged from his employment with the City.